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  • Bent Creek Golf Course
    10440 Tournament Ln
    Jacksonville, FL 32222
    Golfers have long enjoyed playing Bent Creek Golf Course, the City of Jacksonville's public golf course. Since Bent Creeks's opening in 1989, the 6,620-yard course has provided a fun and challenging golf experience for residents of Northeast Florida and visitors alike.

    Crafted by renowned architect Bobby Weed with consulting services by Mark McCumber, Bent Creek's meandering terrain takes golfers through a certified Audubon Cooperative Golf Sanctuary of towering pines, Florida live oaks, alongside creeks and natural swales. The championship layout boasts bent grass greens, plush fairways and a state of the art lighted practice facility.
    Bent Creek Golf Course
    10440 Tournament Ln
    Jacksonville, FL 32222
    Golfers have long enjoyed playing Bent Creek Golf Course, the City of Jacksonville's public golf course. Since Bent Creeks's opening in 1989, the 6,620-yard course has provided a fun and challenging golf experience for residents of Northeast Florida and visitors alike.

    Crafted by renowned architect Bobby Weed with consulting services by Mark McCumber, Bent Creek's meandering terrain takes golfers through a certified Audubon Cooperative Golf Sanctuary of towering pines, Florida live oaks, alongside creeks and natural swales. The championship layout boasts bent grass greens, plush fairways and a state of the art lighted practice facility.
  • King & Bear at World Golf Village
    2 World Golf Pl
    St Augustine,, FL 32092
    Just a couple of miles from the World Golf Hall of Fame in World Golf Village, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer joined forces to create the formidable King & Bear. Golf's two most respected and well-known ambassadors created the Par-72, 7,279-yard course as an eminently playable and picturesque course with memorable par-5's amid lakes, loblolly pines and 200-year-old Florida live oaks. King & Bear is rated among Golf Week's "Top Resort Courses" in the U.S. Each World Golf Village course features amenities such as complimentary range balls, fresh chilled apples on the 1st and 10th tees, cool towels for warm Florida days and GPS System on every golf cart.
    King & Bear at World Golf Village
    2 World Golf Pl
    St Augustine,, FL 32092
    Just a couple of miles from the World Golf Hall of Fame in World Golf Village, Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer joined forces to create the formidable King & Bear. Golf's two most respected and well-known ambassadors created the Par-72, 7,279-yard course as an eminently playable and picturesque course with memorable par-5's amid lakes, loblolly pines and 200-year-old Florida live oaks. King & Bear is rated among Golf Week's "Top Resort Courses" in the U.S. Each World Golf Village course features amenities such as complimentary range balls, fresh chilled apples on the 1st and 10th tees, cool towels for warm Florida days and GPS System on every golf cart.
  • Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village
    2 World Golf Pl
    St Augustine,, FL 32092
    Hall of Fame members Sam "The Slammer" Snead and Gene "The Squire" Sarazen served as consultants to course architect Bobby Weed for Slammer & Squire Golf Course. Located in the heart of the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, FL, the Slammer & Squire is an 18-hole, 6,939 yard championship course offering majestic views of the World Golf Hall of Fame from several holes. The course is distinguished by memorable par-3's, with holes cleverly carved around preserved wetlands and through rolling woodlands. Course amenities include complimentary range balls, fresh chilled apples on the 1st and 10th tees, cool towels for warm Florida days and a GPS system on every golf cart.
    Slammer & Squire at World Golf Village
    2 World Golf Pl
    St Augustine,, FL 32092
    Hall of Fame members Sam "The Slammer" Snead and Gene "The Squire" Sarazen served as consultants to course architect Bobby Weed for Slammer & Squire Golf Course. Located in the heart of the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, FL, the Slammer & Squire is an 18-hole, 6,939 yard championship course offering majestic views of the World Golf Hall of Fame from several holes. The course is distinguished by memorable par-3's, with holes cleverly carved around preserved wetlands and through rolling woodlands. Course amenities include complimentary range balls, fresh chilled apples on the 1st and 10th tees, cool towels for warm Florida days and a GPS system on every golf cart.
  • Conservatory at Hammock Beach
    200 Ocean Crest Drive
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    The Conservatory Course at Hammock Beach Resort is a Tom Watson Signature design featuring dramatic elevations and undulating greens not commonly found in Florida. With meticulously maintained fairways and immaculate greens, this masterpiece provides tournament conditions every day. Players can't help but be inspired by the view of waterfalls, babbling brooks, veneered field stone work and 140 sand, natural coqina and multiple sod-faced bunkers - a nod to the designer's affinity for British links-style golf.

    The Conservatory signature hole is number 8, a challenging Par-3 with an ample island green. The 18th hole, featuring a tee box at an elevation of almost 100 feet, offers great panoramic views of nearly the entire course. With six tee boxes at each hole, the longest playing at 7,746 yards, the course will accommodate all skill levels.

    Players must stay at the Hammock Beach Resort to play The Conservatory course.
    Conservatory at Hammock Beach
    200 Ocean Crest Drive
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    The Conservatory Course at Hammock Beach Resort is a Tom Watson Signature design featuring dramatic elevations and undulating greens not commonly found in Florida. With meticulously maintained fairways and immaculate greens, this masterpiece provides tournament conditions every day. Players can't help but be inspired by the view of waterfalls, babbling brooks, veneered field stone work and 140 sand, natural coqina and multiple sod-faced bunkers - a nod to the designer's affinity for British links-style golf.

    The Conservatory signature hole is number 8, a challenging Par-3 with an ample island green. The 18th hole, featuring a tee box at an elevation of almost 100 feet, offers great panoramic views of nearly the entire course. With six tee boxes at each hole, the longest playing at 7,746 yards, the course will accommodate all skill levels.

    Players must stay at the Hammock Beach Resort to play The Conservatory course.
  • Ocean Course at Hammock Beach
    105 16th Rd
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    Placing players on the brink of the Atlantic Ocean, the award-winning Ocean Course is one of the best examples of oceanfront golf perfection. This "Top 100" course winds along pristine wetlands and sparkling lakes, but also plays six magnificent holes directly on the Atlantic Ocean. This Jack Nicklaus Signature Design concludes with a thrilling finale dubbed "The Bear Claw" - a collection of four holes precariously edging the sweeping coastline. On these holes, you will experience tees, fairways and greens perched atop natural sand dunes with incredible views and sounds of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Simply, the finishing holes at the Ocean Course are considered to be among the world's most memorable finishing holes. And in its short lifespan, the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach has earned a long list of awards, most notably, Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses", "Top 10 New Courses You Can Play", and Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses You Can Play in America".

    Players must stay at the Hammock Beach Resort to play The Ocean course.
    Ocean Course at Hammock Beach
    105 16th Rd
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    Placing players on the brink of the Atlantic Ocean, the award-winning Ocean Course is one of the best examples of oceanfront golf perfection. This "Top 100" course winds along pristine wetlands and sparkling lakes, but also plays six magnificent holes directly on the Atlantic Ocean. This Jack Nicklaus Signature Design concludes with a thrilling finale dubbed "The Bear Claw" - a collection of four holes precariously edging the sweeping coastline. On these holes, you will experience tees, fairways and greens perched atop natural sand dunes with incredible views and sounds of the Atlantic Ocean.

    Simply, the finishing holes at the Ocean Course are considered to be among the world's most memorable finishing holes. And in its short lifespan, the Ocean Course at Hammock Beach has earned a long list of awards, most notably, Golf Digest's "America's 100 Greatest Public Golf Courses", "Top 10 New Courses You Can Play", and Golf Magazine's "Top 100 Courses You Can Play in America".

    Players must stay at the Hammock Beach Resort to play The Ocean course.
  • Each course at Plantation Bay Golf Club compliment each other while offering different approaches to the game.  Club de Bonmont Course at Plantation Bay Golf Club has been ranked as one of the "Top 50 Florida Golf Courses" and "50 Most Distictive Courses in the Southeast U.S."  Designed by Steve Smyers, this course has sweeping elevation changes with beautiful vistas winding around natural and man-made hazards, undulating greens, bunkers, trees and water.  Extensive landscaping throughout this picturesque course provides a park-like setting.  This Championship course stretches to 7,200 yards for the back tees and with risk-reward drivable par-4 options to par-5 holes that will test golfers to "go for it", Club de Bonmont Course will require players to nearly use all clubs in your bag!
    Each course at Plantation Bay Golf Club compliment each other while offering different approaches to the game.  Club de Bonmont Course at Plantation Bay Golf Club has been ranked as one of the "Top 50 Florida Golf Courses" and "50 Most Distictive Courses in the Southeast U.S."  Designed by Steve Smyers, this course has sweeping elevation changes with beautiful vistas winding around natural and man-made hazards, undulating greens, bunkers, trees and water.  Extensive landscaping throughout this picturesque course provides a park-like setting.  This Championship course stretches to 7,200 yards for the back tees and with risk-reward drivable par-4 options to par-5 holes that will test golfers to "go for it", Club de Bonmont Course will require players to nearly use all clubs in your bag!
  • Each Plantation Bay Golf Club course has its very own personality even though within the same Club complex.  Meandering through over 150 acres of pristine East-Central Florida forest, Prestwick Golf Course at Plantation Bay Golf Club offers golfers a championship test with immaculate playing conditions just like companion course Club de Bonmont Course.  Prestwick was built in 1998 by renowned Architect Lloyd Clifton and is the shortest of the two courses playing to a total length of 6,465 yards from back tees.  Characterized by rolling fairways, routed around natural and man-made water hazards and pristine waste areas, Prestwick is a shotmakers dream with a premium on solid shot-making that challenges golfers of all skill levels.

     

    Each Plantation Bay Golf Club course has its very own personality even though within the same Club complex.  Meandering through over 150 acres of pristine East-Central Florida forest, Prestwick Golf Course at Plantation Bay Golf Club offers golfers a championship test with immaculate playing conditions just like companion course Club de Bonmont Course.  Prestwick was built in 1998 by renowned Architect Lloyd Clifton and is the shortest of the two courses playing to a total length of 6,465 yards from back tees.  Characterized by rolling fairways, routed around natural and man-made water hazards and pristine waste areas, Prestwick is a shotmakers dream with a premium on solid shot-making that challenges golfers of all skill levels.

     

  • The Grand Haven Golf Club at Palm Coast
    500 Riverfront Dr
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    "Walking in the footsteps of a legend" is the feeling one experiences at Grand Haven Golf Club in Palm Coast, Florida. Personally designed by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, it is among a select group of courses in the world that can truly be called a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. The manicured greens and fairways of this par 72 course offer a challenge worthy of the world's top players. At the same time, it provides enjoyable year-round play for members and guests at every level. "Grand Haven will challenge the skilled player, yet, because of more generous fairways and approachable pin-locations on these pristine greens, it also will be a fun course that the average player can enjoy." - Jack Nicklaus
    The Grand Haven Golf Club at Palm Coast
    500 Riverfront Dr
    Palm Coast, FL 32137
    "Walking in the footsteps of a legend" is the feeling one experiences at Grand Haven Golf Club in Palm Coast, Florida. Personally designed by golfing legend Jack Nicklaus, it is among a select group of courses in the world that can truly be called a Jack Nicklaus Signature Course. The manicured greens and fairways of this par 72 course offer a challenge worthy of the world's top players. At the same time, it provides enjoyable year-round play for members and guests at every level. "Grand Haven will challenge the skilled player, yet, because of more generous fairways and approachable pin-locations on these pristine greens, it also will be a fun course that the average player can enjoy." - Jack Nicklaus
  • Oak Marsh at Amelia Island Plantation
    6800 First Coast Hwy
    Amelia Island, FL 32034

    The Oak Marsh Golf Course is one of the truly classic Pete Dye-designed golf courses in the world. The course, built shortly after the completion of the Harbour Town Golf Links at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is noted for its tight fairways and small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks for which Amelia Island is famous.

    At par 72, this 6,500- yard course has 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulkheaded greens. A variety of bunkers are placed throughout the course to add to the challenge and a natural approach has been maintained as well with the use of coquina shell cart paths, native plant life and preserved habitats for the local wildlife. Walking is allowed after 4:00 pm.

    In the past, Oak Marsh has played host to a PGA Section Championship and Society of Seniors Championship. In addition, numerous resort tournaments are played here. Oak Marsh has been included in Golf Digest's prestigious list of the "Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S." Oak Marsh also was selected by Travel & Leisure Golf as one of "Florida's 50 Finest Courses."

    Oak Marsh at Amelia Island Plantation
    6800 First Coast Hwy
    Amelia Island, FL 32034

    The Oak Marsh Golf Course is one of the truly classic Pete Dye-designed golf courses in the world. The course, built shortly after the completion of the Harbour Town Golf Links at Hilton Head Island, South Carolina, is noted for its tight fairways and small greens, meandering along serpentine salt marsh creeks and through the moss draped heritage oaks for which Amelia Island is famous.

    At par 72, this 6,500- yard course has 14 holes with water hazards and numerous bulkheaded greens. A variety of bunkers are placed throughout the course to add to the challenge and a natural approach has been maintained as well with the use of coquina shell cart paths, native plant life and preserved habitats for the local wildlife. Walking is allowed after 4:00 pm.

    In the past, Oak Marsh has played host to a PGA Section Championship and Society of Seniors Championship. In addition, numerous resort tournaments are played here. Oak Marsh has been included in Golf Digest's prestigious list of the "Top 75 Resort Courses in the U.S." Oak Marsh also was selected by Travel & Leisure Golf as one of "Florida's 50 Finest Courses."

  • Amelia National Golf & Country Club
    95211 Clubhouse Rd
    Fernandina Beach, FL
    The Southeast is home to some of the country's most established and famous golf courses. And now, the legacy continues at Amelia National. Tom Fazio is recognized for his dramatically beautiful and extremely playable designs. He has the unique ability to transform even the most challenging natural settings into award-winning courses.

    Tom Fazio has composed a true masterpiece here that promises to challenge players of every level. Designed to provide a memorable playing experience time after time, the course was painstakingly sculpted to create interesting contours. Florida's famous fine-textured Bermuda grass is meticulously manicured to maintain close, fast greens. And an abundance of water tests players' ability while providing a beautiful, natural setting.
    Amelia National Golf & Country Club
    95211 Clubhouse Rd
    Fernandina Beach, FL
    The Southeast is home to some of the country's most established and famous golf courses. And now, the legacy continues at Amelia National. Tom Fazio is recognized for his dramatically beautiful and extremely playable designs. He has the unique ability to transform even the most challenging natural settings into award-winning courses.

    Tom Fazio has composed a true masterpiece here that promises to challenge players of every level. Designed to provide a memorable playing experience time after time, the course was painstakingly sculpted to create interesting contours. Florida's famous fine-textured Bermuda grass is meticulously manicured to maintain close, fast greens. And an abundance of water tests players' ability while providing a beautiful, natural setting.
  • Marsh Landing Country Club
    25655 Marsh Landing Pkwy
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    Designed by Arnold Palmer's chief architect, Ed Seay, the golf course at Marsh Landing Country Club is exceptional due to its design and natural environment. The 6,841-yard, par-72 layout weaves past pockets of intracoastal marshes and towering pines. Its a tremendous challenge for players, and a visual splendor as well, as the course is also home to an extraordinary array of wildlife. Exotic birds flit from one ancient oak tree draped with Spanish moss to another, while osprey can be seen skimming the water as they approach their nests in the neighboring lagoons.
    Marsh Landing Country Club
    25655 Marsh Landing Pkwy
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    Designed by Arnold Palmer's chief architect, Ed Seay, the golf course at Marsh Landing Country Club is exceptional due to its design and natural environment. The 6,841-yard, par-72 layout weaves past pockets of intracoastal marshes and towering pines. Its a tremendous challenge for players, and a visual splendor as well, as the course is also home to an extraordinary array of wildlife. Exotic birds flit from one ancient oak tree draped with Spanish moss to another, while osprey can be seen skimming the water as they approach their nests in the neighboring lagoons.
  • Ponte Vedra's second test of golf is The Lagoon Course, a 6,022 par-70 masterpiece co-authored by two design geniuses - Robert Trent Jones with the front nine holes (1961) and Joe Lee with the back nine holes (1977). In 2007, renowned architect, Bobby Weed, fully restored and enhanced the layout, adding further character and challenge to the golf experience. The restoration branded the Lagoon Course with its own unique identity while nicely complementing the Ocean Course.

    The course, although not especially long, places a premium on accurate drives and thoughtful approaches. Water is definitely the dominant feature with a mosaic of lakes and lagoons threatening golfers on eleven holes. Tall pines, palms and ancient, sprawling oaks form the contours of this lushly landscaped course. Fairways are narrow, kept in immaculate condition and the greens small and fast.

    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play the Ponte Vedra Lagoon Course.

    Ponte Vedra's second test of golf is The Lagoon Course, a 6,022 par-70 masterpiece co-authored by two design geniuses - Robert Trent Jones with the front nine holes (1961) and Joe Lee with the back nine holes (1977). In 2007, renowned architect, Bobby Weed, fully restored and enhanced the layout, adding further character and challenge to the golf experience. The restoration branded the Lagoon Course with its own unique identity while nicely complementing the Ocean Course.

    The course, although not especially long, places a premium on accurate drives and thoughtful approaches. Water is definitely the dominant feature with a mosaic of lakes and lagoons threatening golfers on eleven holes. Tall pines, palms and ancient, sprawling oaks form the contours of this lushly landscaped course. Fairways are narrow, kept in immaculate condition and the greens small and fast.

    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play the Ponte Vedra Lagoon Course.

  • Designed in 1928 by famed British architect, Herbert Bertram Strong, the Par 72, 6,811-yard Ocean Course represents the Ponte Vedra area's first resort golf experience. Lacking earth moving equipment, Strong used 100 mules dragging slip pans to shape course contours, dredge lagoons and build up a series of earthen mounds that dot the fairways creating dramatic undulations.

    Praises have followed the Ocean Course from the very beginning. In 1939, the Ocean Course was selected as the host for the prestigious Ryder Cup Matches. Unfortunately, just months prior to the scheduled event, it was cancelled due to the onset of World War II. In 1942, after completing a match, golf legend Bobby Jones commented, "it's a course to challenge professionals." Five times in its history, the Ocean Course has proudly served as the site for the U.S. Open qualifying round.

    The Ocean Course's ninety-nine strategically positioned sand bunkers enhance the beauty and increase the challenge of the golf experience. Designed to accommodate defensive pin positions, the elevated greens place a demand on thoughtful and accurate approach shots.

    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play the Ponte Vedra Ocean Course.

    Designed in 1928 by famed British architect, Herbert Bertram Strong, the Par 72, 6,811-yard Ocean Course represents the Ponte Vedra area's first resort golf experience. Lacking earth moving equipment, Strong used 100 mules dragging slip pans to shape course contours, dredge lagoons and build up a series of earthen mounds that dot the fairways creating dramatic undulations.

    Praises have followed the Ocean Course from the very beginning. In 1939, the Ocean Course was selected as the host for the prestigious Ryder Cup Matches. Unfortunately, just months prior to the scheduled event, it was cancelled due to the onset of World War II. In 1942, after completing a match, golf legend Bobby Jones commented, "it's a course to challenge professionals." Five times in its history, the Ocean Course has proudly served as the site for the U.S. Open qualifying round.

    The Ocean Course's ninety-nine strategically positioned sand bunkers enhance the beauty and increase the challenge of the golf experience. Designed to accommodate defensive pin positions, the elevated greens place a demand on thoughtful and accurate approach shots.

    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play the Ponte Vedra Ocean Course.

  • Sawgrass Country Club
    10034 Golf Club Dr
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    The Sawgrass Country Club features 27 holes of championship golf, designed by noted course architect, Ed Seay of Palmer Course Design. Consistently ranked in the top 100 courses to play and among the "Best in State" by Golf Digest, subscribers also rated Sawgrass in the top 10 courses in terms of service. Players encounter water on 24 of the 27 holes throughout the medley of challenging nines that stretch across rolling dunes constantly freshened by ocean breezes.

    The 7,072-yard, par-72 East/West rotation has earned the time-honored distinction as "the original Sawgrass." The Sawgrass Oceanside Course (East-West) gained its reputation as the original home of PGA Tour THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP from 1977-1981 when the course, along with the treacherous March winds, tested the greatest players in the game. The par-72 East-West course has an array of spectacular golf holes, most notably the daunting par 5, East No. 4 with a tantalizing peek at the ocean as you make your way from the green to the next tee.

    Sawgrass Country Club
    10034 Golf Club Dr
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082

    Golfers must stay at Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    The Sawgrass Country Club features 27 holes of championship golf, designed by noted course architect, Ed Seay of Palmer Course Design. Consistently ranked in the top 100 courses to play and among the "Best in State" by Golf Digest, subscribers also rated Sawgrass in the top 10 courses in terms of service. Players encounter water on 24 of the 27 holes throughout the medley of challenging nines that stretch across rolling dunes constantly freshened by ocean breezes.

    The 7,072-yard, par-72 East/West rotation has earned the time-honored distinction as "the original Sawgrass." The Sawgrass Oceanside Course (East-West) gained its reputation as the original home of PGA Tour THE PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP from 1977-1981 when the course, along with the treacherous March winds, tested the greatest players in the game. The par-72 East-West course has an array of spectacular golf holes, most notably the daunting par 5, East No. 4 with a tantalizing peek at the ocean as you make your way from the green to the next tee.

  • TPC Sawgrass - THE PLAYERS Stadium Course
    110 TPC Blvd
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
    Players must stay at the Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    The PLAYERS Stadium Course at Sawgrass Golf Resort is perhaps the world's most famous golf course. Boasting eighteen of the most incredible golf holes ever designed for one course, this Pete Dye masterpiece winds through North Florida's natural wetland landscape culminating with the internationally famous 17th Hole Island Green - arguably the signature hole of the entire sport.

    Annually ranked as one of the "Top 100 Courses in the World", the course was built to challenge pros like no other track had done before while providing an unprecedented experience for spectators at the same time. Now the permanent home of THE PLAYERS Championship each May, The PLAYERS Stadium Course hosts an elite international field of the world's top players, and now guests from around the world can come and play the famed course as well.

    Call a Golf Zoo Vacation Specialist today to get details on custom TPC Sawgrass Resort Stay & Play Packages.
    TPC Sawgrass - THE PLAYERS Stadium Course
    110 TPC Blvd
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
    Players must stay at the Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    The PLAYERS Stadium Course at Sawgrass Golf Resort is perhaps the world's most famous golf course. Boasting eighteen of the most incredible golf holes ever designed for one course, this Pete Dye masterpiece winds through North Florida's natural wetland landscape culminating with the internationally famous 17th Hole Island Green - arguably the signature hole of the entire sport.

    Annually ranked as one of the "Top 100 Courses in the World", the course was built to challenge pros like no other track had done before while providing an unprecedented experience for spectators at the same time. Now the permanent home of THE PLAYERS Championship each May, The PLAYERS Stadium Course hosts an elite international field of the world's top players, and now guests from around the world can come and play the famed course as well.

    Call a Golf Zoo Vacation Specialist today to get details on custom TPC Sawgrass Resort Stay & Play Packages.
  • TPC Sawgrass - The Dye Valley Course
    110 TPC Blvd
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
    You must stay at the Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    Designed by Pete Dye, Bobby Weed, and player consultant Jerry Pate, the Valley Course is the "younger brother" of the Stadium Course. Finished in 1987, the golf course has hosted events such as the SENIOR PLAYERS Championship, the NFL Golf Classic, and the final stage of Senior Qualifying School. Water comes into play on 6,838 yards along 18 holes, while fairways filled with hills and valleys create additional challenges. The Valley Course is a bit milder than its sister course, but it has more undulation in the fairways than the Stadium Course. Because this facility is situated only one mile from the ocean, the wind can become a major factor.
    TPC Sawgrass - The Dye Valley Course
    110 TPC Blvd
    Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32082
    You must stay at the Sawgrass Resort to play this course.

    Designed by Pete Dye, Bobby Weed, and player consultant Jerry Pate, the Valley Course is the "younger brother" of the Stadium Course. Finished in 1987, the golf course has hosted events such as the SENIOR PLAYERS Championship, the NFL Golf Classic, and the final stage of Senior Qualifying School. Water comes into play on 6,838 yards along 18 holes, while fairways filled with hills and valleys create additional challenges. The Valley Course is a bit milder than its sister course, but it has more undulation in the fairways than the Stadium Course. Because this facility is situated only one mile from the ocean, the wind can become a major factor.
  • Golf Club at North Hampton
    22680 North Hampton Club Way
    Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
    The "KING" himself, Arnold Palmer, designed this formidable golf course just north of Jacksonville and is within minutes of the Jacksonville airport. This par 72 championship design was routed along natural wetlands, large spring-fed lakes lined with coquina boulders and rolling hills with elevations over 40 feet. The wild grasses and rolling fairways give you the feel of an Old Scottish Links Course. Five sets of tees will enable golfers of all skill levels to choose the level of challenge desired.
    Golf Club at North Hampton
    22680 North Hampton Club Way
    Fernandina Beach, FL 32034
    The "KING" himself, Arnold Palmer, designed this formidable golf course just north of Jacksonville and is within minutes of the Jacksonville airport. This par 72 championship design was routed along natural wetlands, large spring-fed lakes lined with coquina boulders and rolling hills with elevations over 40 feet. The wild grasses and rolling fairways give you the feel of an Old Scottish Links Course. Five sets of tees will enable golfers of all skill levels to choose the level of challenge desired.
  • St. John's Golf & Country Club
    205 Saint Johns Golf Dr
    St Augustine, FL 32092
    Clyde Johnston has designed this gem of a course located between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Carved out of a pine forest and around wetlands, the course at St. Johns Golf & Country Club offers a great test for every skill level. Five tees plus a family tee vary the length of the course from 7,200 yards down to 2,400 yards.

    Depending on wind conditions, the 18-hole course can be a real challenge. Take your time and enjoy the surroundings for the next four hours. New carts with GPS will help make a comfortable and enjoyable experience for our club guests in addition to getting off to a proper start with a warmup on our fine golf practice facility. St. Johns Golf & Country Club has been a proud host course for PGA Tour Q-School qualifiers and many more great regional tournaments.
    St. John's Golf & Country Club
    205 Saint Johns Golf Dr
    St Augustine, FL 32092
    Clyde Johnston has designed this gem of a course located between Jacksonville and St. Augustine. Carved out of a pine forest and around wetlands, the course at St. Johns Golf & Country Club offers a great test for every skill level. Five tees plus a family tee vary the length of the course from 7,200 yards down to 2,400 yards.

    Depending on wind conditions, the 18-hole course can be a real challenge. Take your time and enjoy the surroundings for the next four hours. New carts with GPS will help make a comfortable and enjoyable experience for our club guests in addition to getting off to a proper start with a warmup on our fine golf practice facility. St. Johns Golf & Country Club has been a proud host course for PGA Tour Q-School qualifiers and many more great regional tournaments.
  • The Golf Club at Southampton
    315 South Hampton Club Way
    St Augustine, FL 32092
    This beautiful layout in south Jacksonville offers every golfer the appropriate risk-reward situations that challenges experienced players and offers encouragement to the novice. Sixteen large lakes and over sixty contoured bunkers, in combination with meticulous landscaping, provide players with a very scenic, playable and challenging course. Our superbly conditioned facility features four tee boxes and stretches to a length of 6,952 yards from the tips. The distinctive layout will test shot-making abilities and require the use of every club in the golf bag.
    The Golf Club at Southampton
    315 South Hampton Club Way
    St Augustine, FL 32092
    This beautiful layout in south Jacksonville offers every golfer the appropriate risk-reward situations that challenges experienced players and offers encouragement to the novice. Sixteen large lakes and over sixty contoured bunkers, in combination with meticulous landscaping, provide players with a very scenic, playable and challenging course. Our superbly conditioned facility features four tee boxes and stretches to a length of 6,952 yards from the tips. The distinctive layout will test shot-making abilities and require the use of every club in the golf bag.
  • Eagle Landing
    3973 Eagle Landing Parkway
    Orange Park, FL 32065

    The 7,037 yard Clyde Johnston design weaves through the Jacksonville, Florida landscape and takes on a vintage feel as he incorporates several of the classic design holes from around the world into the par-72 layout. Says Johnston, "My goal is to intersperse classic holes such as the Redan Hole, the Eden, and the Cardinal into the routing in order to lend a sense of purity to the golf experience at Eagle Landing. Those individual designs are so technically and aesthetically complete that they can truly elevate a golfing experience."

    Johnston's philosophy in designing a Club course remains the same as his other courses; begin each nine relatively easy and progressively get harder. The Eagle Landing course offers six sets of tees, from championship to youth tees, allowing the course to play as easy or as difficult as desired.

    Eagle Landing also offers a magnificent golf clubhouse with sports bar, fully-stocked pro shop, his and her locker rooms, and an elegant restaurant overlooking sparkling water and lush fairways. Rates before 2 pm include breakfast, lunch and a cold draft beef. After 2 pm they include a cold draft beer.

    Eagle Landing
    3973 Eagle Landing Parkway
    Orange Park, FL 32065

    The 7,037 yard Clyde Johnston design weaves through the Jacksonville, Florida landscape and takes on a vintage feel as he incorporates several of the classic design holes from around the world into the par-72 layout. Says Johnston, "My goal is to intersperse classic holes such as the Redan Hole, the Eden, and the Cardinal into the routing in order to lend a sense of purity to the golf experience at Eagle Landing. Those individual designs are so technically and aesthetically complete that they can truly elevate a golfing experience."

    Johnston's philosophy in designing a Club course remains the same as his other courses; begin each nine relatively easy and progressively get harder. The Eagle Landing course offers six sets of tees, from championship to youth tees, allowing the course to play as easy or as difficult as desired.

    Eagle Landing also offers a magnificent golf clubhouse with sports bar, fully-stocked pro shop, his and her locker rooms, and an elegant restaurant overlooking sparkling water and lush fairways. Rates before 2 pm include breakfast, lunch and a cold draft beef. After 2 pm they include a cold draft beer.

  • Cimarrone Golf Club
    2800 Cimarrone Blvd
    Jacksonville, FL 32259
    Players of all abilities will enjoy Cimarrone's par-72, 6891 yard championship layout located in Jacksonville. Designed by renowned architect, David Postlethwait, Cimarrone's manicured course conditions and challenging design provides a fun, player-friendly experience for players of all abilities. Beginners will enjoy Cimarrone's well-defined fairways and magnificent greens. Advanced players will appreciate numerous risk-reward opportunities provided by strategically placed bunkers and a water or marsh feature on every hole.
    Cimarrone Golf Club
    2800 Cimarrone Blvd
    Jacksonville, FL 32259
    Players of all abilities will enjoy Cimarrone's par-72, 6891 yard championship layout located in Jacksonville. Designed by renowned architect, David Postlethwait, Cimarrone's manicured course conditions and challenging design provides a fun, player-friendly experience for players of all abilities. Beginners will enjoy Cimarrone's well-defined fairways and magnificent greens. Advanced players will appreciate numerous risk-reward opportunities provided by strategically placed bunkers and a water or marsh feature on every hole.
  • PGA head golf professional Aaron Millikin described the Eagle Harbor course as one that is enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels. "The course will teach them to use a variety of clubs and strategies; and will mean using more than just a 3-wood and a pitching edge."

    The 18-hole "Eagle Harbor" course at the Eagle Harbor Golf Club facility in Orange Park, Florida features 6,840 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.4 and it has a slope rating of 141 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Clyde B. Johnston, ASGCA, the Eagle Harbor golf course has received a 4-Star rating by Golf Digest Magazine.
    PGA head golf professional Aaron Millikin described the Eagle Harbor course as one that is enjoyable for golfers of all skill levels. "The course will teach them to use a variety of clubs and strategies; and will mean using more than just a 3-wood and a pitching edge."

    The 18-hole "Eagle Harbor" course at the Eagle Harbor Golf Club facility in Orange Park, Florida features 6,840 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72. The course rating is 73.4 and it has a slope rating of 141 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Clyde B. Johnston, ASGCA, the Eagle Harbor golf course has received a 4-Star rating by Golf Digest Magazine.